CBD oil is being used as an oral tincture and it sometimes contains MCT oil which is derived from coconuts. Studies have indicated that inhaling oil like this can result in serious health risks like lipoid pneumonia. Instead of vaping CBD oil that was intended for oral consumption, it has been recommended that vapers use any of these options for vaping CBD. CBD Vape Juice CBD created for vaping is oftentimes referred to as “CBD vape oil”, even though it doesn’t contain any actual oil. When it contains anything other than PG, VG, CBD extract, terpenes, and even cannabinoids, it is most likely unsuitable for inhalation. Ensure you check the label for the words vaping, vape juice, e-liquid, or e-juice but do check for the absence of oil. CBD Cartridges This is very similar to THC oil cartridges. They are slim disposable e-cig tanks filled with CBD e-juice. CBD Distillate This is made with a CO2 or a solvent-based CBD extraction technique, these CBD concentrates are mostly used with a 510 vape pen. High CBD Strains Vapers get to vape cannabis bud the same as they vape THC flower. There are a lot of high-quality cannabis strains which are rich in CBD and other cannabinoids. The better ones can deliver anywhere from 150 to 250 mg of CBD per gram of flower. Nebulizers Even though Nebulizers are not technically a vape, CBD nebulizers work like regular nebulizers and offer an alternative inhalation experience for CBD. Does vaping CBD oil get you high? Many people have the mentality that CBD oil gets people high. Of course not, vaping CBD will not make you get high. Many CBD products created today for vaping are derived from industrial hemp. Even though many of these products may contain trace amounts of THC (which is […]Read MoreShould You Vape CBD Oil?